Fundamental human rights of women are violated: CDO ,Sindhuli

  November 7, 2016 By: INSEC

Two days basic Human Rights training have been commenced in Sindhuli in a joint coordination with National Human Rights Commission and HRILEC Nepal.

While inaugurating the program on November 7, CDO Tara Bahadur Karki of Sindhuli said that the fundamental rights of women have been violated more in comparison to men.

He said that problem such as physical and mental torture to women and other sexual abuses including not initiating to make citizenship, marriage and even birth certificates of their children are still prevailing in society.

He added that women empowerment and awareness training is essential in various parts of rural areas to educate them about their fundamental rights and duties.

Speaking at the program Human Rights Officer Hari Gyawali of NHRC stressed on building environment with self-esteem and freedom with in the family so as to achieve sustainable peace and development of the country.

Chairman Dwarika Kafle of FNJ Sindhuli said that one should never forget their duties while searching for rights.

Local should be organized in villages for the protection of Human Rights, said Rudra Bahadur Khadka, chairperson of HRILEC Sindhuli.

Khadka said that the training will be facilitated by NHRC officer Hari Gyawali and Deepa Acharya. The training includes the participants from Kamalamai Municipality, volunteers, civil forum representatives and social campaigners.


Bimala Pandey